Art Licks Weekend 2016

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30 September – 2 October 2016

The Art Licks Weekend is a festival that showcases the work of pioneering young artists, curators, galleries and project spaces in London.

Updates

London Sculpture Workshop

London Sculpture Workshop

25 September 2016

For ALW, London Sculpture Workshop are offering free workshop tours and artist surgeries focused on materials, techniques, equipment, marketing and developing proposals. Read more

Social System Dance

Social System Dance

22 September 2016

DKUK Salon will launch their new salon space on Rye Lane for the Art Licks Weekend, with this exhibition by Ilona Sagar. Sagar presents archival materials from the Peckham Experiment, a pioneering project designed to cultivate whole-community health. Read more

Space Solution?

Space Solution?

22 September 2016

Ever thought of using your front living room as a gallery space? Be sure to visit the icing room, Why Don't You..? HQ, Ingrid, Ladette Space, Bede House Projects, and the sitting room over the Art Licks Weekend to meet a group of curators and artists who are doing just that!

The Bomb Factory & East Bristol Contemporary

The Bomb Factory & East Bristol Contemporary

20 September 2016

For ALW, the Bomb Factory in North London will be taken over by East Bristol Contemporary for a one-weekend group show of Bristol based artists. Read more

Posters

Posters

20 September 2016

Look out for our posters across the London Overground lines - thank you TFL!

Removal

Removal

19 September 2016

Leeds-based group SPUR have created a set of free self-adhesive stickers by three artists for the festival. Collect them at participating spaces including ASC Gallery, AMP, Ladette Space, Bede House Projects, Seen Fifteen, DKUK, Lubomirov / Angus-Hughes and Cypher.

Window Cleaner (Performance)

Window Cleaner (Performance)

19 September 2016

Over the festival weekend look out for the multi-venue performance by Charlie Rawson; working between the exhibitions and the viewer.

The Burning Of The Coops

The Burning Of The Coops

16 September 2016

The Burning of the Coops is a book launch and solo show cum reading room by Laura Morrison, set in a private apartment for ALW. Read more

Elements of Religion: UA (2013-16)

Elements of Religion: UA (2013-16)

15 September 2016

Don't miss this ALW exhibtion - a retrospective of the artist collective UA: working towards collaborative art practice through religious tools, concepts and myths. Read more

Booking Open - Education: Finding an Alternative

Booking Open - Education: Finding an Alternative

13 September 2016

You can now reserve a place for our festival discussion event, 'Education: Finding an Alternative' on Sunday 2 Oct, 3-5pm at The White Building. Book your free ticket here.

Our Apocalypse

Our Apocalypse

13 September 2016

Our Apocalypse is an exhibition of work by artist and musician Mark Siebert employing the language of SimCity to explore fears of extinction, showing at Passen-gers for ALW. Don't miss the artist's talk on Saturday 3-4pm. Read more

Status Quo: Artists Confirmed

10 September 2016

The artists contributing to A---Z's Status Quo project have now been confirmed - download GIFs from the following artists from 29th Sept: Matt Calderwood, Marialaura Ghidini, Evan Ifekoya, Keep it Complex - Make it Clear (Kathrin Böhm & Rosalie Schweiker), Paul Kneale, Mark Leckey, Martha Rosler, Erica Scourti, and Patrick Staff.

Education: Finding an Alternative

Education: Finding an Alternative

9 September 2016

Speakers now confirmed for the festival discussion event, 'Education: Finding an Alternative'. Hear from Sarah-Joy Ford (representing School of the Damned), Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau (The Bad Vibes Club) and Marie Toseland (Open School East) and Rosalie Schweiker (Chair) on Sunday 2 Oct, 3-5pm. Read more.

Printed festival guides

Printed festival guides

9 September 2016

The festival printed guides are now available from participating spaces and further venues across London - keep your eyes peeled for one!

Status Quo

4 September 2016

A---Z present Status Quo, for which artists will make a GIF in relation to a statement they wish to spread. The GIFs will be available for download and to share on social media for the duration of the festival, from 29 September to 2 October. Read more.

A.L.T.

A.L.T.

4 September 2016

Fundraising for the Art Licks Weekend, A.L.T. is a Collection of functional objects for the home designed and made by a select group of artists. View and purchase items from the Collection here.

Festival Tours

Festival Tours

4 September 2016

Explore a selection of festival highlights on an Art Licks Weekend guided walking tour. This year's tours will be run by artists Lucy Joyce and Tom Lovelace. Book ahead.

CONSTRUCTS

CONSTRUCTS

4 September 2016

ALW has partnered with LUX, who will present the exhibition CONSTRUCTS with Katie Hare, Callum Hill, and Ellie Power in their new space in North London. Read more.

Workweek Prize 2016 shortlist announced

4 September 2016

Congatulations to the following spaces & projects who have been shortlisted for Artquest's 2016 festival Workweek Prize: Castor Projects, DIRT, Finishing Touch, Solid Gone, The Ballad of Peckham Rye, and Transition Gallery. Read more

2016 Programme Announced

4 September 2016

The Art Licks Weekend 2016 programme has now been announced. You can start to plan your festival weekend with the full website listing.

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